Fish Flounder Watercolor Art Print
The Flounder is one of the species that in its life cycle, one eye migrates to the other side of the body as a process of metamorphosis as it grows from larval to juvenile stage. As an adult, a flounder changes its habits and camouflages itself by lying on the bottom of the ocean floor as protection against predators. As a result, the eyes are then on the side which faces up. The side to which the eyes migrate is dependent on the species type.
The print is a 9"x12" digital reproduction of an original watercolor + pen and ink illustration. It is printed on 100lb EcoSilk Archival Paper with soy-based inks and individually signed by the artist.
It ships flat with white acid-free board in a plastic sleeve and arrives frame-ready.
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